KUWAIT CITY, July 26: The body of an Indian housemaid who apparently succumbed to head injury was referred to Forensics to determine the cause of death. The woman reportedly died inside the sponsor’s house in Rawda area.
A security source said the Kuwaiti sponsor of the deceased woman notified the Operations Room about the incident, saying she heard the maid screaming. A team of paramedics accompanied security operatives to the scene and found the lifeless remains of the maid with signs of head injury inflicted by a heavy object. A case was registered for investigation.
Meanwhile, the remains of a Filipino lady who died inside her sponsor’s house in Rumaithiya area were deposited to Forensics for investigation.
Hoax murder call: Security operatives mobilized upon receiving report about a murder incident and later discovered upon reaching the location that the person who placed the call is mentally ill.
A source said securitymen rushed to the location accompanied by a team of paramedics and found out the Bedoun lady informant of the alleged murder is psychologically unfit.
Meanwhile, a Lebanese lady was found dead inside her flat in Maidan Hawalli. The body was deposited to Forensics.
A security source said the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry received report about the incident, and a team of securitymen with paramedics arriving at the scene found the lifeless body inside the flat. Initial investigation revealed the deceased was sick. A case was registered to determine the cause of death.
Real dad located: An unidentified man was arrested after securitymen discovered that he is the father of an illegitimate baby delivered by a non-Kuwaiti woman who failed to present her marriage certificate, reports Al-Rai daily.
The woman had informed securitymen about two young men with whom she had illicit relations, indicating that one of them could be the father of her baby.
Through intensive investigations, securitymen identified the real father who admitted to the act. He was referred to the concerned authorities for further questioning.
By Munaif Nayef/Mishal Al-Sanousi
Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies